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Girls swimmers finish fourth in HHC

The New Palestine girls swimming and diving team finished fourth in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Friday, tallying 241 points. Pendleton Heights won the HHC title with 393. Greenfield-Central (377) and Yorktown (321) rounded out the top three. The Dragons finished ahead of New Castle (237), Shelbyville (204), Mt. Vernon (199) and Delta (125). Adrianna Huston

Boys basketball rallies to beat New Castle in OT

The New Palestine boys basketball team rallied from a 15-point fourth quarter deficit to force overtime, then never trailed in the extra session en route to an 82-75 victory over New Castle Friday night. The Dragons’ victory was their fourth straight and improved the team’s record to 4-1 and 2-0 in HHC play. Steele Brasfield

Boys basketball preview: vs. New Castle/Franklin Central

The New Palestine boys basketball team plays a home twinbill this weekend, with HHC rival New Castle and neighbor Franklin Central visiting the Dragons’ den. Varsity tip is 7:30 p.m. both nights. The JV games begin at 6 p.m. The Dragons enter the game with a 3-1 record and a three-game winning streak, one bolstered by double-digit wins

Girls basketball streak snapped

The New Palestine girls basketball team dropped a 48-41 decision Thursday at Franklin Central, snapping the Dragons’ five-game winning streak. The Dragons moved to 7-3 on the season and 3-2 on the road. Addi Jones had a strong start for the Dragons, scoring seven first-quarter points as the teams played to an 11-11 tie after eight

Swimmers compete in conference tune-up

The New Palestine swimming and diving teams took part in their final tuneup for the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet Tuesday, traveling to Pendleton Heights. The Dragons boys fell 106-72 to the Arabians, while the NP girls dropped a 134-50 decision. The NP boys won three events, including two relays. Chase Martin, Quincy Shirk, Ben Miesse

Swimmers compete in East Central Relays

The New Palestine swimming teams competed at Saturday’s East Central Relays, which became a two-team meet as others canceled. The Dragons boys fell 156-104, while the girls fell 138-118. Sullie Leavell, Katelyn Trimpe, Kyleigh Turner and Adrianna Huston won the 100 free relay. The quartet also won the 200 free relay and 400 free relay.

Boys basketball routs Red Devils

The New Palestine boys basketball team used a strong defensive effort to down Richmond 71-47 Saturday night. The Dragons improved their record to 3-1 with their third straight victory, all by double-digits. Strong balance and defense carried the day for NP. A 16-2 first-half run pushed the Dragons’ lead to 27-12. Richmond never closed within

Wrestlers sweep Roncalli Duals title

The New Palestine wrestling team posted a sweep of the Roncalli Duals Saturday, winning all four matches. NP beat Noblesville 60-15 in the opening match. The Dragons then beat Scecina 57-21, host Roncalli 39-30 and finished the day with a 62-23 victory over Seymour. Four Dragons were undefeated on the day. Christian White was 4-0 with

Boys basketball wins conference opener

The New Palestine boys basketball team took an early lead and never looked back Friday in beating conference rival Greenfield-Central 68-58 at the Cougars’ gym. Four Dragons scored in double-figures to key the victory. Eli Stephens scored a career-high 17 points. Steele Brasfield added 14. Kyle Bastian scored 11 and Blaine Nunnally 10 in his

Boys basketball preview: at G-C/vs. Richmond

The New Palestine boys basketball team opens Hoosier Heritage Conference play this weekend and has its first double-weekend of the season. The Dragons open with their 55th all-time meeting against Greenfield-Central. NP then hosts Richmond for a non-conference clash. Both games this weekend are against potential sectional opponents. FRIDAY: New Palestine Dragons (1-1) at Greenfield-Central Cougars (2-1) Time: